If you've been looking for some new ways to use argan oil, then you've come to the right place.
Michelle is a bit of an argan oil expert in her neighborhood.
She's a typical 43-year-old woman.
She has three children (two boys and one girl)...
And she lives in the suburbs of a medium-sized city.
But where she lives is very hot and humid in the summer...
So her hair gets really frizzy, really fast.
But it's also cold in the winter, so her skin gets dry and cracked around Christmas.
Just four years ago, Michelle had never heard of argan oil...
So when a friend recommended it for her dry and damaged hair, Michelle tried it.
Her hair looks significantly better after only a single application.
So, she used it again.
Four years later, and she's still using argan oil every day, but now she uses it for more than just her hair.
Check out her top 5 ways she uses argan oil each day.
On her hair after shampoo
This is what her friend originally recommended and what got her hooked on argan oil. The change from dry and frizzy to smooth and soft was almost instant, and she feels more confident because she has better control over her hair.
On her fingernails
After using argan oil on her hair for a few months, Michelle noticed that her nails were looking better than they had in the past. After doing a bit of research, she found out that argan oil strengthens fingernails. She's been purposefully applying argan oil to her nails every day ever since, and she gets compliments about them all the time.
On the backs of her hands
Michelle had always suffered during the winters where she lived because her knuckles would get so dry that they would crack and bleed, even though she used lotion. When Christmas time came around, she noticed that her skin was not as dry as it usually was. She found out that argan oil was really good at hydrating skin.
On her elbows
When she realized that the argan oil was helping her hands, Michelle immediately started putting it on her elbows as well. Within just a few days, all the white and flaky skin on her elbows had disappeared.
As a foot rub oil
When summertime came back around, Michelle wanted to use her sandals even though she knew that it would dry out her heels. But then she thought,
"Maybe the argan oil can help!"
So she started using it as a foot rub and didn't need to go in for a pedicure that entire summer! (Plus, her husband hates lotions, but he didn't mind the argan oil, so it was easier to get him to rub her feet with the argan oil!)
If you've been interested in what argan oil can do for you,
Here's what you need to do...